For today's review, we're going to brew a bunch of potions and we're going to haggle for every last piece of gold in Potion Craft!
Today we're returning back home to Providence Oak after 22 years... to deliver mail. Come join me and take a look at Lake!
Hardspace: Shipbreaker is one of my favourite games to relax to and with the new update, it adds a whole lot of stuff that I'm really excited about!
Today, I talk about my (sadly negative) first impressions of Black Skylands, a game that is trying to be too many things without executing any of it well.
I was able to take a look at Anvil Saga's first 45 minutes of gameplay, so here are some of my first impressions!
This is my go-to game to relax and chill out after a long and busy day. Let's relax by taking apart ships in Harspace: Shipbreaker. Here's my review!
Today's post is another review written by a guest-author and friend of mine. Come and check out Naithin's review on Dyson Sphere Program! Enjoy!
Ever wondered what Subnautica would be like if it was set in Outer Space and if it was less serious? Well,... today's review is about Breathedge, which does basically that!
Stranded on Gliese 677Cc, it's our job to guide Ellery Vas through the depths of this alien ocean. Interested in seeing how that goes? Check out my review!
Today I bring do you a review that is actually not written by me but actually by a friend of mine: Quietschisto reviews a game called "Do Not Feed The Monkeys" today! Enjoy!
After my post about Drake Hollow and why I'm so excited and after the interview we did with TMF's Forrest Dowling,... It finally is time for my review on Drake Hollow. Welcome to yet another Indietail! And I'm excited about this one! Developer: The Molasses Flood Publisher: The Molasses Flood Genre: Colony Sim, Base Building, Exploration, Co-Op, Open... Continue Reading →
Winter is coming... which means that it's springtime for spiders again. Usually, you see more in spring and summer, which is horrifying, but lately, I noticed that the heinous beasts love to get inside when it's cold outside. Hence, it's springtime... for spiders... in Germany! It's been a while since we reviewed a title called... Continue Reading →
Art is something that should be accessible to everyone… but it's a bit rough to get into. I don't know a lot about art but I do enjoy going to exhibitions and museums - and while I don't know a lot of the big names or techniques or epochs or whatever… I don't think that... Continue Reading →
Best Friend Forever is a dating sim/visual novel with management mechanics. You date cuties on woofr and take care of a nice woofer! Here's my review!
I've enjoyed my fair share of shop or tavern keeping simulations from Recettear to Moonlighter to Shoppe Keep 1 & 2, so it was a bit of a no-brainer for me that I'd try out the demo for Traveller's Rest. But what exactly is Traveller's Rest? In Traveller's Rest, you take charge of a rundown... Continue Reading →
By now the Steam Game Festival has already ended, but fear not! There will be more posts about the demos that I played! Alas, this post is about For the People - a game about time management and political choices. We take control of the newly appointed mayor of Iron-1, Francis Rivers, who has to... Continue Reading →
Starmancer looked like the closest thing to any of the games that I'm usually enjoying and all the demos I've seen on the Steam Game Festival. It's getting published by Chucklefish which fits most of my favourite games… it's a strategy, base-building simulation game based in Space and you essentially play as a powerful A.I.... Continue Reading →
Coming from a region where a lot of wine (primarily Riesling) is made, I thought that this one is a title that I HAVE TO TRY OUT. "Hundred Days" is "a game of choice, nostalgia and winemaking", which is honestly a perfect match for me. Broken Arms Games' title "Hundred Days" features different action-cards that... Continue Reading →
Do you like trains? Do you like simulations? Do you like resource-management-puzzles? If this introduction reminds you of yesterday's post, then you'll probably realise quickly that we're reviewing Train Valley 2 today and that I'm still as uncreative as yesterday! Developer: Flazm Publisher: Flazm Genre: Trains, Strategy, Simulation, Puzzle, Casual Release Date: April 15, 2019... Continue Reading →
Trains are quite cool, aren't they? They look cool and they're fast and it's a disaster when they crash into each other and I lost my train of thought, so I'll just say that today we're taking a look at Train Valley, a casual train-sim-puzzle by Flazm! Developer: Flazm Publisher: Flazm Release Date: September 16,... Continue Reading →
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if you could fly on a majestic creature like a dragon? Have you ever wanted to surge through the skies and explore vast areas? Have you ever dreamed of true freedom with no boundaries whatsoever? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions or if... Continue Reading →
If Earth was flat, cats would have thrown everything off of it by now. In today's Indietail, we're taking a look at a game about doing just that: Flipping stuff off shelves, tables, and basically making a mess. After having been left alone by our dear owner, we've got to trash the owner's place. We're... Continue Reading →
It's springtime… for spiders… in Germany! (Uh, I hope nobody minds that reference…) Yeah, spring has already kicked in with its sweet scent of flowers and lawns, with pollen flying through the air (I'm not bothered by it), wasps bothering me on my balcony, with sunny and rainy days and generally a forecast that leaves... Continue Reading →
In today's Indietail, we're looking at a short relaxing eco-system-management-game that is called Among Ripples. In this game, we control a pond's ecosystem by adjusting the oxygen levels of the water, adding new creatures into the pond and seeing what happens. Developer: Eat Create Sleep Publisher: Eat Create Sleep Genres: Free to Play, Casual, Simulation,... Continue Reading →
Today we're disappointing our parents! Not our real ones but our virtual Chinese parents! Today we're taking a look at 中国式家长 / Chinese Parents, a casual Indie-Simulation where we become a random Chinese couple's child, grow up and become a parent in the next generation - in hope of being better than our former parents!... Continue Reading →
In today's Indietail, we'll take a look at The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands, a game that I bought for two bucks and while I really want to like it, there's some flaws that I can't overlook. Stay tuned for a review on The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands! Developer: Xigma GamesPublisher: Xigma GamesGenres: 2D, Strategy, Survival, SimulationRelease Date: March 9th,... Continue Reading →